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MISSION TO MARS
SOUTHBOUNDER DISTRICT 2019
STEM-SPACE CAMPOREE
October 18-20, 2019
Fountain Inn Armory
Fountain Inn, South Carolina
ALL SYSTEMS ARE GO
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On behalf of the Southbounder District, welcome to the “Mission to Mars.”
This is a STEM-Space Camporee, designed to provide fun-filled activities
that will expose the Scouts of the Southbounder District to a number of
STEM themes and activities and familiarize them to some of the exciting
roles needed for a human mission to the red planet.
Within the pages of this guide, you will find information to prepare for an
out-of-this-world experience that is intended to influence our Scouts for
years to come.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to any of
the leaders on the Mission Committee overseeing this expedition.
IMPORTANT CONTACTS
Tom Grindstaff
Mission Commander
[email protected]
Roy Schumpert
Mission Flight Chief
[email protected]
Larry Myers
Chief Flight Engineer
[email protected]
Mike LaConto
Southbounder District Chairman
[email protected]
Eric Maguire
Southbounder District Commissioner
[email protected]
The first NASA Manned Mission to Mars is presently being
planned for the 2030s, which is 11 – 21 years away. This
Generation of Scouts BSA includes young men and women that will
be able to participate in this endeavor, either indirectly or
directly. Someone at this Camporee could be one of the first
people to step foot on Mars or be responsible for supporting
that endeavor.
MISSION TO MARS
2019 CAMPOREE
SOUTHBOUNDER DISTRICT CAMPOREE
TROOP REGISTRATION
OCTOBER 18-22, 2019
FORM
All units must have their registration turned in to the Council office no
later than 5pm on Friday, September 27th, 2019 to qualify for the Early
Bird Registration. The Early Bird registration fee is $15 per Scout and
$10 per Adult leader. The registration fee covers site rental for 2
nights, event costs, and a Participation Patch for each registered person.
After making payment at the scout office, keep a copy of your receipt, and
bring it with you when checking in at Camporee.
If the registration form is received after Friday, September 27th, 2019,
the fee per Scout/Scouter will be $20.00, and there is no guarantee that
each participant will receive a Participation Patch in time for the event
weekend. Every effort will be made to give appropriate camping space based
on the unit size to troops who have paid pre-registration.
Troop #: ________Scoutmaster:___________________________________
Phone #: ______________________ Email: ___________________________
No. of Scouts: ______ X $15 (X $20 if after 9/30/19) = $_________
No. of Adults: ______ X $10 (X $20 if after 9/30/19) = $_________
Total: $_________
Camporee Troop Roster
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RULES AND REGULATIONS
Camporees are designated as Scouts BSA events. Thus, the primary focus is
to help Scouts grow in their ability and reinforce the skills they learn.
Like other Scouts BSA events, certain rules and regulations must be
followed.
Camp Code - The Scout Oath and Law is the camp code.
Roster - We need a roster for each Troop turned in at Check-in. Please
list a Senior Patrol Leader name for the weekend, Scout names and rank,
plus Leader names with a primary phone number where they can be reached.
Fires - No Ground fires are allowed on the property, but are permitted in
existing fire pits.
Lanterns - Open flame lanterns of any kind are not permitted in tents.
Battery lanterns are recommended for usage inside tents.
Pressurized Fuel - Pressurized fuel lanterns and stoves are allowed, but
they must be operated by Scouts with pressurized fuel training and the
adult supervision must be trained. All fuel must be properly stored, and
away from tents.
Garbage - All trash must be put into designated receptacles or disposed of
properly off the Camporee site by troops packing out own trash.
Alcohol and Tobacco - Alcohol and drugs are simply not allowed. Tobacco
product usage is permitted only in designated areas.
Sheath Knives - Sheath knives are not permitted on Council property or at
any Blue Ridge Council event.
Transportation - When transporting Scouts in vehicles, they must be in
proper passenger seats wearing seat belts at all times. Riding in the back
of trucks or on tailgates is prohibited.
Safe Scouting - The Guide to Safe Scouting will be the benchmark which all
Scouts will follow. Any questions regarding scout rules will be directed
to the Camporee Leadership team.
STAR-DATE SCHEDULE
18 October 2019 - Friday
5:00-8:00pm Troop arrival, Checkin and set up
8:30pm Opening Ceremony/Star
Gazing
9:30 Sci-Fi Movie
11:00pm Taps & lights out.
All scouts QUIET!
19 October 2019 - Saturday
6:30am Reveille
6:30-7:45am Breakfast at campsites
8:00-8:30am Flag
Ceremony/Announcements
8:30-11:30am Morning STEM Events
(9-11am ~ Campsite Decorations
Judging)
11:30-1:00pm Lunch at campsites
1:00-3:00pm Afternoon STEM Events
3:00-4:00pm Mars Attack
4:00-4:30pm Post-Battle Clean-up
(4pm ~ Leaders prep Dutch oven
meals)
5:00-6:00pm Clean-up/Dinner prep
at campsites
6:00-8:00pm Camporee Feast at
Mission Control
(Community potluck meal.)
8:30-9:30pm Campfire and Awards
Ceremony
11:00pm Taps & lights out. All
scouts QUIET!
George
Washington, the
Father of Our
Country, started
life as a
surveyor. Who
will be The
Father of Mars?
20 October 2019 - Sunday
6:30am Reveille
6:30-7:45am Breakfast at campsites
8:00-8:30am Vespers service
9:00-11:00am Clean-up, Campsite
Inspections & Check-out
All troops must leave the property by
11:00am Sunday morning.
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